Poppy Delevingne says she's a Christmas ''grinch'' because she doesn't like going to parties and other get-togethers with friends and family.
Poppy Delevingne is a Christmas ''grinch''.
The 27-year-old model admits she ''shies away'' from festivities and stays at home watching TV until she is coaxed out to have fun with her family, including 21-year-old sister Cara.
She said: ''I'm a bit of a grinch at Christmas. I like to sit and hibernate with a bottle of something and watch 'Downton Abbey'. That's all I really do - shy away from it all. And eventually play drunk Twister with my family...
''We're all a bit nuts. There's a lot of eating and a lot of onesies - we all wear animal onesies.''
Poppy recently got engaged to long-term partner James Cook and is excited about her nuptials next year - because she is looking forward to wearing several wedding dresses.
She said: ''It'll be a very loving family affair - kind of wild and fun. It's probably going to be quite small. There will definitely be numerous outfit changes along the way. I've no idea how many, but I'm not averse to an outfit change. Minimum two, definitely. Maybe three.''
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